For a few years PNEI has been taking care of the environment’s health. Natural electromagnetic pollution (underground water faults, geopathic networks, radon gas, etc.) and artificial pollution (noise, poor water quality, signals from transmission systems for telecommunications as antennas, repeaters, transmitters, cellular phone, etc.) can have a deep impact on health.
Particularly, headaches, sleep disturbances, fatigue, menstrual disorders, immunosuppression, may be related to chronic exposure to pathogenic environmental noxae.
Building or renovating, according to the green building criteria, means designing and building without defacing the environment. To use materials and installation techniques that guarantee comfort, hygiene and health of the homes and the workplace, adopting systems that reduce energy consumption and pollution, decorating with natural materials free of toxic substances or of petrochemical origin.
Check the building site of the house or workplace; it must be energetically suitable; evaluate any geopathic, electromagnetic or radioactive disturbances.